The second phase of the US Treasury Secretary’s review of financial regulation has endorsed the idea of special resolution powers rather than bankruptcy as the way to handle a distressed derivatives clearing house. And it provides official support for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to act as a receiver in such circumstances.
“The report states without qualification that the FDIC would be in charge of the failure resolution of financial market infrastructure, such as a systemically
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